Revolutionary Technique Makes Metal Hydrophobic

Jan 23, 2015
Water is one of, if not the most, important resource for sustaining life. It's used in almost every aspect of life and humans are composed of approximately 75% water. But there are some things about water that not everyone knows.

For instance, water can actually be used to keep things dry. Researchers at the University of Rochester have created a new type of metal that is superhydrophobic, which means it completely repels water. This metal is more effective than most already existing chemical coatings and could be incredibly beneficial in the future.
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